p.3 The Welland Canal - Only one vessel is reported down the Canal with grain for Kingston, and this notwithstanding the rise in freights. The prospect so far for the fall trade does not seem to be good, and forwarders are complaining of the want of something to do. There is only about a month now in which vessel men can accomplish anything to make them pay the expenses of the year.
James Richardson's - The schooner Fanny Campbell, from Toledo, arrived with 19,000 bush. corn.
M.T. Co. - The tug Glide arrived with five barges and a schooner from Montreal, and left with barges Duluth, 18,720 bush. wheat; Acadia, 320,000 feet of lumber; and Detroit, 313,000 feet of lumber for Quebec; Lark, 13,900 bush. wheat and corn; and Jet, 21,000 bush. wheat and corn for Holcomb & Stewart, and Princess for G.M. Miller & Co.
Oswego, N.Y., Oct. 26th - The schr. Oddfellow, from Port Hope with lumber, went ashore last night under Fort Ontario.
The propeller Oswego Belle was out in the squall last night, which lasted from half-past seven to half-past nine. The wind, which blew terrifically, was in the southwest, and when the propeller met it she was on this side of the Ducks. Her starboard windows were stove in and gangway washed away by the waves. The spray reached the promenade deck, and came into the cabin. [Oswego Times]
Port Colborne, Oct. 25th - Up - schrs. L.S. Hammond, Port Hope, Erie, barley; Algerine, Cobourg, Cleveland, iron ore; Ayr, Kingston, Cleveland, light; Wm. Shupe, Oswego, Toledo, coal; props. Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, Toledo, gen. cargo; Columbia, Montreal, Detroit, gen. cargo.
Down - schrs. H.G. Cleveland, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Yankee Blade, Chicago, Prescott, rye; E.J. McVea, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Knight Templar, Chicago, Oswego, corn; M. Collins, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Hartford, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; steambarges Glasgow, Bay City, Ogdensburg, timber; Wm. Cowie, Port Huron, Ogdensburg, timber; barques Eureka, Bay City, Ogdensburg, timber; Albany, Bay City, Ogdensburg, timber.
In Harbour - schrs. Sloan, Undine, Two Friends, Emue, Senator Blood, Mary Battle, Algerine, Ayr, L.S. Hammond, Wm. Shupe and Savanah.